In 1932, Colin Cantwell was born in San Francisco, California. He was an American who was a concept artist and director.
Cantwell was known for developing icon vehicles for Star Wars and for his works in War Games and 2001: A Space Odyssey.
He was once employed by NASA and was the one who assisted Walter Cronkite in the CBS News studio to narrate the moon landing of Apollo 11.
He was the nephew of the American author and critic, Robert Cantwell.
Cantwell’s special effects work in War Games was nominated for Best Special Visual Effects at the 37th British Academy Film Awards.
At a point in time, Cantwell worked as a consultant with Hewlett-Packard when they were developing the HP 9845C, which were designed for graphical works.
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According to Sierra Dall, who was Cantwell’s partner, he had been hit by Alzheimer’s disease.
Cantwell died on 21 May 2022 in Colorado, U.S.A., at the age of 90.